Green Bay snow day: Blizzard delays start of Packers' offseason workouts

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Here's a new one, even for the Green Bay Packers: A snowstorm delayed the start of the offseason program.

A blizzard that dropped more than 20 inches of snow -- the second-largest snowfall in the city's history, according to the National Weather Service -- kept some players from reporting to Lambeau Field in time for the opening workout Monday, the first day teams with returning head coaches can do anything official.

Those players with financial incentive to be there, however, won't lose out because coach Mike McCarthy delayed the official start until Tuesday, although some players will be at the facility to work out Monday. The team postponed media availability with selected players until Tuesday.

Several players posted on social media about their travel woes.

One such player was guard Justin McCray.

Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, a native of Orlando, Florida, tweeted that he wasn't coming back to Green Bay until it was 80 degrees.

In that case, McCray said it might be a while before anyone sees Clinton-Dix.

Players must attend at least 80 percent of the offseason workout to collect their workout bonuses. Injured players are eligible for their workout bonuses even if they can't participate as long as they attend. The Packers could pay as much as $4,967,500 in workout bonuses this year. That's slightly more than last year's total but less than in 2016.

Here are all the workout bonuses for the Packers this offseason: